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Discussion in 'Droid 4 ROMS' started by RueTheDayTrebek, Jul 17, 2012.
How do I get Flash to work on stock ICS leak?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Flash works perfectly on ics leak 215. Testet with dolphin and opera.
I read your question in 5 threads, 1 is ok;-)
Deleted user and cleared cache.
Installed GB 219 via RSDLite.
Applied ICS 215 via stock Recovery.
Everything booted up just fine. Everything was working just fine, except for Flash.
Installed and reinstalled Flash from the Play Store several times.
Tried using Dolphin, Firefox Beta, stock browser, and Chrome. None of them could play Flash.
Reinstalled ICS215 by replacing the logwrapper file with a renamed logwrapper formerly named logwrapper.bin. Wiped data and cache before starting.
Successful boot, but via the above mentioned browsers, Flash sill didn't work.
The only thing I can, of is doing a migration to 213 or 212 and then jumping to 215.
Has anyone here tried going straight to ICS215 from GB219, and not been able to use Flash?
Is there a fix for this?
Can't say I've had success with Adobe Flash Player after recently flashing 215 either. I'm gonna flash CM9 anyways so we'll see if that creams the twinkie and gets it working.
Glad i found this post,i asked but didnt get any answers..i read the flashplayer notes on the playstore n it says it doesn't saport ics 4.0. Which is bs,if someone knows a good one,please keep me posted,i didn't realize videos wouldnt play threw browsers until the other day
Videos play just fine through my browser on CM9 (which is the ICS 4.0 based leaked version).
Whats cm9?bare with me lol,i jst tested flash agian,plays one second n cuts off,very irritated,iam on a mission to find one lol
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About a month ago, Hashcode released nightly versions of this custom ROM. There's still no official release, but a lot of us are on it as daily drivers. It's a rare ICS leak based ROM; mostly because ICS still haven't been officially released for the D4.
An ICS leak was found on the Verizon servers - the latest being 6.16.215 (or ICS215, as we've begun to call it) - and Hashcode promptly started working on a leak-based version of CM9. Prior to that, there was a GB based version of CM9.
If you're looking for help making it work in the MotoICS leak, I can't really help there.
I abandoned MotoICS as soon as CM9 was released.
No..it says it won't be support beyond 4.0.x
ICS is 4.0.x and supported, while JB is 4.1.x and not supported.
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You have to wait for Adobe to allow it for 4.1. They wont until they confirm it is stable.
Droid Bionic ICED 232
Darn thanks for informing me what it actually was tho..bummer